## Classical Electrodynamics |

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This is analogous to the geometrical situation shown in the left

We do not care about the values of the fields in region II". In fact, the hypothetical

sources inside the disc will be imagined to be such that the fields in region II' give

...

This is analogous to the geometrical situation shown in the left

**side**of Fig. 9.5.We do not care about the values of the fields in region II". In fact, the hypothetical

sources inside the disc will be imagined to be such that the fields in region II' give

...

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:For,. (12.1) where v, * (v,ic), and F., is interpreted as the average field acting on

the particle. The left-hand

change of the momentum and energy of the particle, just as in ...

:For,. (12.1) where v, * (v,ic), and F., is interpreted as the average field acting on

the particle. The left-hand

**side**of (12.1) is now to be equated to the time rate ofchange of the momentum and energy of the particle, just as in ...

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On the left-hand

parallel to the c axis. ... We wish to treat that motion as a zero-order

approximation to the motion of the particle in the field shown on the righthand

On the left-hand

**side**of the figure is a constant, uniform magnetic induction Bo,parallel to the c axis. ... We wish to treat that motion as a zero-order

approximation to the motion of the particle in the field shown on the righthand

**side**of the figure, ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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